1. Kinan Hloubi's Avatar
    Windows phone operating system is awesome smooth fast but it lack for a few apps and that's not a problem amazing camera and display the one thing that upset me is when listening to music on headphones sounds low and there is no bass I tried few other headphones still get the same sound quality which I don't like so is there an app that equalize the sound for better music experience. On headphones please help or I might switch back to htc.
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    06-16-2014 12:01 PM
  2. myoujin's Avatar
    Do you use built in equalizer? I think sound very good with ear phone.
    06-16-2014 12:05 PM
  3. akthelonelyman's Avatar
    personally i find 1520 very loud with headphone...i keep volume at 16/17 for music and 24 for most videos using headphones//
    06-21-2014 02:33 PM
  4. Brokn Wing's Avatar
    Its because of silly WP music App. Its compleely broken after 8.1 upgrade. And unfortunately MS is unable to Fix this. But Great music apps are on the way. MS has opened Root access to WP music system. So developers have full acces to unlimited possibilities now. Things which happened never happened before, you can expect them to happen now. Soon you will see an app 100% Better than Wp Music.
    07-09-2014 10:45 PM
  5. pankaj981's Avatar
    ^^ what does the sound quality have to do with the Xbox music app being broken? The UX is messed up but the sound quality isn't.


    @op: There's already an equalizer built into Lumia phones, you can find it under settings >> audio. If it's currently missing then download it from this link:

    http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=...3-b00e85c73261
    07-09-2014 10:56 PM
  6. Amano800's Avatar
    What headphones are you using?

    Could be an impedance problem.
    07-09-2014 10:56 PM
  7. jsooney's Avatar
    The phone does seem to have a pretty low output signal. If I plug it into my sound system at home I have to put the phone's volume on max and then turn up the voulme on the sound system to boost further. I have to do the same when I use it in my car via bluetooth. If might be intentional as they seem to worried about people blowing out their ears.
    07-10-2014 06:24 PM
  8. Blacklac's Avatar
    You should put any external device volume at max, if connected to a receiver, anyways.

    1. Just cause that's the proper way to do it. Why would you cut the signal power before it even gets amplified? It just makes your stereo work harder to get back to "normal" levels, which could even add noise to the signal.

    2. It only had to happen to me once. I had my phone left at ~15/30 volume and the phone had some bugs and would flake out when the 3.5mm jack was in use. Well, the volume adjusted itself to 30/30 and needless to say, that can cause some issue or damage stereo equipment real quick. Now that is a weird bug, but you could accidentally hit your volume or a friend could. It wise to set it at max for protection alone.
    07-10-2014 06:31 PM
  9. jsooney's Avatar
    Yes that's true generally, you eliminate hiss and other system noise that way. Still, it seems like you have to crank it that much more with this phone.
    07-10-2014 06:34 PM

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